I haven't done anything to the connection since the last time I played it a few months ago. Everything is updated. It does work, but the screen is in grayscale. Any ideas on how to correct this and get the color back? Thanks.
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Cords go bad more often that you might think. Try replacing your power cord, make sure you purchase someplace that accepts returns because it could be internal Wii problems (impossible to diagnose w/o seeing) and the cord not be the fix....but I bet theres at least a 50% chance it'll fixya up.
This happened to me this morning....we had a storm last night and turned off the TV which the Wii was plugged into....so break all contact with things that the Wii was plugged into....try unplugging EVERYTHING from all outlets, TV etc....let it sit for a few and try it again...it started right up for me
logic 3 controllers are not good, return the logic 3 controller to the store and buy a NINTENDO wavebird instead, i bought mine used and it is perfectly fine. you might have the controller plugged into port (....) instead of port ( . ) so try that or buy a wavebird instead ( if you ask me , buy the wavebird). I think my sister's friend's brother had the same problem. But he gave up on it. Probably faulty. Third party gamecube and wii accessories (excluding nyko) are bad or do not last very long.